Military staff listen, as Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron addresses military staff at The Permanent Joint Headquarters in Northwood near London, Tuesday Oct. 19, 2010. Britain will lose ... more 
Military staff listen, as Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron addresses military staff at The Permanent Joint Headquarters in Northwood near London, Tuesday Oct. 19, 2010. Britain will lose thousands of troops, slash weapons programs and likely delay a major project to upgrade its nuclear-armed submarine fleet following a once-in-a-decade defence review being published Tuesday, leaving allies worried the cuts could damage the country's status as a global power. Cameron is scheduled to address the House of Commons with details of defense cuts that could total as much as 3 billion pounds ($4.8 billion) to the defence ministry's annual budget of about 37 billion pounds ($59 billion). less 
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Sat, Oct 23, 2010 4:44 AM EDT